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between two giants nonunion walmart and the united food and workers union which says it's not organizing a rally but as clearly stated on its website is offering support. walmart has asked the national labor relations board to stop the rallies but a decision is unlikely to come before tomorrow. walmart doesn't seem fazed. in an email a company spokesman wrote, the reality is that there are only a handful of associates at a handful of stores scattered across the country who are participating in these ufcw made-for-tv eventsful but even -- events, but even this small protest turned away at least one customer. >> i decided i would go to target or some other store. >> reporter: other shoppers are sympathetic but highlight the challenge. do you think people would support a strike? >> no. the almighty dollar always wins. >> probably we stop buying like maybe that day or the next day or that week. but later on, you know, sooner or later we end upcoming back. >> reporter: walmart calls black friday the super bowl of retailers and does not expect its customers to be affected by the protests. >>
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